OneWithStrange Posted March 4, 2005 Share Posted March 4, 2005 I'll start off by stressing that it is not my intention to start a flamewar. So if you have anything negative to say, please state so in a considerate and polite fashion. There's a lot of harsh criticism at these forums concerning how buggy or incomplete KoTOR2: TSL was. A lot of people are taking out their frustrations on Obsidian, and not in a good, constructive way. You see, we know that TSL seemed like an unfinished product. And yes, there are a lot of bugs. But you are greatly mistaken if you feel Obsidian is solely to blame. There are politics at play, here. Obsidian was allowed a strict and unrealistic amount of development time (one year) for TSL by LucasArts. (I think I read somewhere that KoTOR received three years, feel free to correct me on this.) However, Obsidian cannot take full responsibility for TSL because in doing so, they'd have to point the finger at LucasArts, which they certainly should not do if Obsidian wants to take on KoTOR 3. But seriously, guys. The early parts of the game were great, with the exception of a few bugs (which could have been fixed with the addition of more development time, I am sure). And the cut content they originally developed (dialogue, the droid planet, character backgrounds) sounds really good. I say we cut Obsidian a break and congratulate them for doing as good a job as they could in the time alotted to them. Obsidian is a new company that hasn't yet been able to show its true potential, and they need our support more than ever. EDIT: Mods, feel free to move this topic if you see fit to do so. -Ben Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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